SPECIAL NEWS: Fully funded workshop in England!

Please check out the below!

The Registers of the Archbishops of York, 1225-1646

The current, Andrew W. Mellon-funded project on the York Archbishops’ registers will host a major Summer Institute for graduate students at the University of York, 19 July-1 August 2015.

Twelve fully-funded places (including all transportation, accommodation and subsistence costs) are available for graduate students registered in the UK and the USA.

The Institute offers a great opportunity for students to receive expert training (either as beginners or as specialists) in the records of the English Church in the medieval and early modern eras, to advance their study of palaeography and diplomatic, and to understand the potential of these records for the study of religion, politics, society, culture, and digital humanities.

Details of the Summer Institute, and links to the application form, are available at:

http://www.york.ac.uk/borthwick/projects/archbishops-registers/#tab-3

I would be most grateful if you could draw this opportunity to the attention of interested graduate students.

Any further inquiries may be direct to me and to gary.brannan@york.ac.uk

Best wishes

Mark Ormrod

Professor Mark Ormrod
Dean of the Faculty of Arts & Humanities
Vice-Chancellor’s Department
University of York
Heslington
York YO10 5DD

mark.ormrod@york.ac.uk

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